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2020 Instructional Courses Bundle: Buy all 16 ICs and get 25% off
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2020 Instructional Courses Bundle: Buy all 16 ICs and get 25% off

This is a bundle which includes all 16 Instructional Courses from 2020. These online on-demand courses include relevant, current clinical practice issues and the latest research and treatment strategies. Look below for titles of these clinical-practice topics that are meaningful to the orthopaedic sports medicine doctor and other sports medicine professionals. 

Please note that this activity expires on 8/1/23.

IC 102
No Bone? No Problem. How to Successfully Manage Glenohumeral Instability with Bone Loss 
Gregory L. Cvetanovich MD; Julie Bishop MD; Peter N. Chalmers MD; Brandon J. Erickson MD; Ivan H. Wong MD
 
IC104
Innovative Techniques for ACL Revision Surgery
Roberto Rossi, MD; Davide E. Bonasia MD; Christopher D. Harner MD; Jacques Menetrey, MD; Sven Scheffler, MD
 
IC106
The Sports Medicine Surgeon's Handbook for Shoulder Arthroplasty
Joseph A. Abboud MD; Stephen F. Brockmeier MD; Seth C. Gamradt, MD; Nikhil N. Verma MD
 
IC107
HTO: What are You Waiting For?
Volker Musahl MD; Alan M. Getgood MD, FRCS (Tr&Orth); Anil S. Ranawat MD, MD; Ronald van Heerwaarden MD, PhD
 
IC201
A Case Based Approach for Meniscus Repair: Reconsidering Indications, Techniques, and Biologic Augmentation
Aaron J. Krych MD; David N. Caborn MD; James L. Carey MD, MPH; Jorge Chahla MD, PhD; Thomas M. DeBerardino MD; Lawrence S. Miller MD; James L. Pace MD; Scott A. Rodeo MD
 
IC202
Hip Arthroscopy - My Worst Day in the Operating Room: What Happened and How it Changed My Practice
Travis Maak MD; Richard C. Mather, III MD; Shane J. Nho MD, MS; Marc J. Philippon MD; Michael J. Salata MD
 
IC203
Surgical Techniques for ACL Reconstruction in Patients with Open Physes
Davide E. Bonasia MD; Annunziato Amendola MD; Frank A. Cordasco MD; Jonathan C. Riboh MD; Roberto Rossi MD; Stefano Zaffagnini MD
 
IC204
Revision ACL Reconstruction:  Getting it Right the Second Time!
Mark D. Miller MD; Kevin F. Bonner MD; Daniel E. Cooper MD; Darren L. Johnson MD; Robert G. Marx MD, MSc, FRCSC
 
IC205
Let's Learn How to Treat Shoulder Instability from our Most 'Elite Athletes' - Special Ops Military 'Athletes' 
George J. Davies DPT, SCS, ATC CSCS; Jonathan F. Dickens MD; Matthew T. Provencher MD, MD, USNR; Mark Slabaugh, MD
 
IC206
Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries: 2020 Treatment Strategies
Brandon J. Erickson MD; Christopher S. Ahmad MD; Peter N. Chalmers MD; Michael G. Ciccotti MD; Gregory L. Cvetanovich MD; Joshua S. Dines MD; Jeffrey R. Dugas MD; Salvatore J. Frangiamore MD; Anthony A. Romeo MD; Mark S. Schickendantz MD
 
IC207
The Business of Medicine: Hospital-Based, Academic, Private Practice - Learning How to Succeed 
Kevin D. Plancher MD MPH; Brian J. Cole MD, MBA; Hussein A. Elkousy, MD; Louis McIntyre MD
 
IC301
Multiple Ligament Injuries of the Knee:  What Would You Do?
Mark D. Miller MD; Darren L. Johnson MD; Bruce A. Levy MD; Robert G. Marx MD, MSc, FRCSC; Gehron Treme MD
 
IC302
Hip Arthroscopy in Athletes - A Sports Specific Approach
Marc R. Safran MD; JW Thomas Byrd MD; Christopher M. Larson MD; T. Sean Lynch MD
 
IC303
Meniscus Management Algorithm - When to Debride, Repair or Transplant: A Case Based Approach
Scott A. Rodeo MD; Jorge Chahla MD, PhD; Scott C. Faucett MD; Andrew T. Pennock, MD
 
IC305
Extraarticular Reconstruction in ACL Deficient Knee: Back to the Future? 
Edoardo Monaco MD; Andrea Ferretti MD; Freddie H. Fu MD; Alan M. Getgood MD, FRCS (Tr&Orth); Adnan, Saithna, MD, FRCS
 
IC306
Joint Preservation Techniques for the Knee in 2020: The Utility of Biologics, Osteotomies, and Cartilage Restoration Procedures
Rachel M. Frank MD; Andreas H. Gomoll MD; Eric J. Strauss MD; Armando F. Vidal MD
 
 
ACCREDITATION STATEMENT The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
 
AMA CREDIT DESIGNATION STATEMENT The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine designates this enduring material for a maximum of 24 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
 
CLAIMING CREDIT In order to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ participants must complete the activity and evaluation. Please note that this is an online-only activity. Participants must complete the activity and evaluation online. No hard copy submissions will be accepted.
 

Summary
Availability: On-Demand
Expires on 08/01/2023
Cost: Member: $240.00
Non-Member: $360.00
Credit Offered: 24 CME Credits
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